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Aylmer Lake Lodge
Arctic Wolf Hunting in Northwest TerritoriesStarting from $8,000.00

Northwest Territories • Arctic Wolf / Wolverine Hunts The wolf is a signature statement in any trophy room. This is a pinnacle hunt, you are seeking to successfully hunt one of the most cunning apex predators in Canada. The Arctic wolf is the premier wolf in the wolf species. The hide on these wolves is simply stunning. Expect to travel many miles by snowmobile in sleds each day with your guides looking for fresh wolf sign. When the pack is located it is not uncommon to be able to harvest more than one animal. The areas we hunt are so remote that the wolves rarely if ever see humans.       Wolf hunts are tough…maybe the toughest hunt out there. Wolves are an apex predator that is cunning and survives by its wits and stamina. To be successful you will need a lot of stamina and patience. Our Territory Our area is located in the northern barren-lands region of the Northwest Territories, Canada. We are located past the boreal forest into the barren-lands, that are renown for their giant lakes and river drainage that makes for a game rich environment. The wolf population on the barren-lands is high with populations estimated in the thousands. You will be remote, which puts you in the heart of where these majestic arctic wolves live. All of our Lodges lie within the Northwest Territory CLOSED caribou zone. The winter Mobile Bathurst Caribou closed Zone (the closed mobile zone moves with the caribou migration). Caribou are a main food source and the wolves follow the caribou herds. This is a prime area for arctic wolves and wolverines. The Hunt This is a spot and stalk hunt, which means you'll be glassing areas that have central barren-land caribou. The wolves follow the caribou, we find the caribou and the wolves will be near. You will be out hunting for ten hours a day. What to Expect Long hours travelling and glassing for wolves, you will need to come prepared mentally for long periods of sitting glassing. Absolutely ensure you are dressed appropriately to stay warm. Staying focused for the duration raises your opportunity of success to 75% success on a shot opportunity. The thrill of a success on harvesting a wolf in the depth of winter is exhilarating. Getting Here Your starting destination city is Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada. You will need to fly into Yellowknife the day before on an early flight. You must attend the Environment and Natural Resources Office in Yellowknife to purchase your Wildlife certificate and your hunting license. The next day you will be boarding a charter flight that will fly you into the lodge to begin your hunt. We work to book early morning flights so that you are into camp to get your rifles shot and get you settled into camp and out on the Tundra hunting. Once you arrive at the charter plane your trip begins. Your flight is approximately two hours and you need to dress warm for the flight. Hunt Schedule All of our wolf hunts are minimum 8 full days of hunting. Once you leave on the charter flight begin to look for animals out your windows they are there and it's exciting to see the activity. When you arrive into camp you will sight in your rifle and get your gear organized. We will have a safety meeting and discuss the trip and answer any questions. Breakfast will be at 6:00am till 7:00am leaving the lodge at 8:00am. Lunch will be a bagged lunch with snacks, with thermoses and water for the day. Evenings will have you back at the lodge by 7:00pm for a hot supper, in warm accommodations and then after supper there is socializing. There will be opportunity to view the Aurora Borealis in the evenings and we encourage you to take it in. The NWT are recognized as having spectacular northern lights and you will have zero light pollution. Hunt Price $8,000.00 plus GST USD Hunt Dates: 2023/2024 2023 Feb 23 - March 3 March 3 - March 10 March 10 - March 17 March 17 - March 24 2024 Feb 23 - March 3 March 3 - March 10 March 10 - March 17 March 17 - March 24 Addition Details You are hunting 2 hunters to 1 guide What's Included: Airport transport for pick up and drop off (set time) Transport to the ski plane dock for pre scheduled chartered flight to lodge Pick up from plane straight to Environment and Natural Resources office to register your wolves and get permit to export. Professional Guide Warm Lodging and Meals Trophy care (Skinned and Salted) Not Included: Commercial flights in and out of Yellowknife Hotels before and after hunt You must bring Collapsible dry bag coolers to take your hide and skull back with you. Don't expect to buy them in Yellowknife. Gratuities (15%) Trophy permit for export and shipment fees Flight to leave camp for other than scheduled flights Due to fluctuating fuel costs, a fuel surcharge maybe applicable Current price listed above, prices are subject to change You must purchase medical evacuation insurance we use Global Rescue we have them on our website. You must purchase cancellation insurance Optional: Rifle rental $250.00 USD Non hunter/observer - $750.00 USD per day

BlueSky Outfitting
Muskox Hunting in Northwest TerritoriesStarting from $20,000.00

Northwest Territories • Barren Ground Muskox Hunts The Muskox is a signature statement in any trophy room. This is a pinnacle hunt, you are seeking to successfully hunt one of the ancient pre historic animals in Canada. There is no better place to hunt the largest Barren Ground Muskox in the Arctic then Aylmer Lake Lodge. The Barren Ground sub species are 15% larger in body and horn size than it's cousin the Greenland Muskox. The hide on the Muskox is simply stunning. The area you will be hunting has never been commercially hunted. Our lodge is located in this new hunting zone. It's a brand new area in the NWT, Canada. You are hunting in the rut season so the Muskox are herded up for breeding. You will be witnessing the fighting between dominant bulls. When you come across a herd of Muskox it is not uncommon for multiple hunters to harvest their animal. This hunt is also conducive to archery hunters. The areas we hunt are so remote that the Muskox rarely if ever see humans.       Muskox hunts are during the most spectacular fall colours on earth. The sound of Muskox fighting the banging of skulls ringing out. The entire barren lands is vibrant reds, oranges, and yellows and the berries are bountiful and ripe. You should have opportunity to see caribou and wolves at this time of year. It's the time of year for spectacular spawning lake trout and Arctic Grayling fishing. Our Territory Our area is located in the northern barren-lands region of the Northwest Territories, Canada. We are located past the boreal forest into the barren-lands, that are renown for their giant lakes and river drainage that makes for a game rich environment. The Muskox population on the barren-lands in Unit U has been expanding and developing excellent size with populations estimated in the thousands. You will be remote, which puts you in the heart of where these majestic Muskox live. Getting Here Your starting destination city is Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada. You will need to fly into Yellowknife the day before on an early fight. You must attend the Environment and Natural Resources Office in Yellowknife to purchase your hunting license. The next day you will be boarding a charter flight that will fly you into the lodge to begin your hunt. We work to book early morning flights so that you are into camp to get your rifles shot and get you settled into camp and out on the Tundra hunting. Once you arrive at the charter plane your trip begins. Your flight is approximately two hours and you need to dress warm for the flight. Hunt Schedule All of our Muskox hunts are minimum 8 full days of hunting. Once you leave on the charter flight begin to look for animals out your windows they are there and it's exciting to see the activity.

Wolverine Hunting in Northwest Territories

Northwest Territories • Arctic Wolverine Hunts' The wolverine is a signature statement in any trophy room. This is a pinnacle hunt, you are seeking to successfully hunt one of the most cunning apex predators in Canada. The Arctic wolverine is the premier arctic species. The hide on these wolverine is simply stunning. Expect to travel many miles by snowmobile in sleds each day with your guides looking for fresh wolverine sign. When one is located we are off to stalk it. The areas we hunt are so remote that the wolverine rarely if ever see humans.       Wolverine hunts are tough…maybe the toughest hunt out there. Wolverine are an apex predator that is cunning and survives by its wits and stamina. To be successful you will need a lot of stamina and patience. Our Territory Our area is located in the northern barren-lands region of the Northwest Territories, Canada. We are located past the boreal forest into the barren-lands, that are renown for their giant lakes and river drainage that makes for a game rich environment. The wolverine population on the barren-lands is good with populations estimated in the thousands. You will be remote, which puts you in the heart of where these majestic arctic wolverines live. All of our Lodges lie within the Northwest Territory CLOSED caribou zone. The winter Mobile Bathurst Caribou closed Zone (the closed mobile zone moves with the caribou migration). Caribou are a main food source and the wolverine follow the caribou herds. This is a prime area for arctic wolverines. The Hunt This is a spot and stalk hunt, which means you'll be glassing areas that have central barren-land caribou. The wolverine follow the caribou, we find the caribou and the wolverine will be near. You will be out hunting for ten hours a day. Getting Here Your starting destination city is Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada. You will need to fly into Yellowknife the day before on an early flight. You must attend the Environment and Natural Resources Office in Yellowknife to purchase your Wildlife certificate and your hunting license. The next day you will be boarding a charter flight that will fly you into the lodge to begin your hunt. We work to book early morning flights so that you are into camp to get your rifles shot and get you settled into camp and out on the Tundra hunting. Once you arrive at the charter plane your trip begins. Your flight is approximately two hours and you need to dress warm for the flight. Hunt Schedule All of our wolf hunts are minimum 8 full days of hunting. Once you leave on the charter flight begin to look for animals out your windows they are there and it's exciting to see the activity. When you arrive into camp you will sight in your rifle and get your gear organized. We will have a safety meeting and discuss the trip and answer any questions. Breakfast will be at 6:00am till 7:00am leaving the lodge at 8:00am. Lunch will be a bagged lunch with snacks, with thermoses and water for the day. Evenings will have you back at the lodge by 7:00pm for a hot supper, in warm accommodations and then after supper there is socializing. There will be opportunity to view the Aurora Borealis in the evenings and we encourage you to take it in. The NWT are recognized as having spectacular northern lights and you will have zero light pollution. Hunt Price $8,000.00 plus GST USD Hunt Dates: 2022/ 2023/2024 2022 Hunt March 7 - March 15, 2022 March 15 - March 23 March 23 - March 31 2023 Feb 7 - Feb 15, 2023 Feb 15 - Feb 23 Feb 23 - March 3 2024 Feb 13 - Feb 21, 2024 Feb 21 - Feb 29 Feb 29 - March 3 Addition Details You are hunting 2 hunters to 1 guide What's Included: Airport transport for pick up and drop off (set time) Transport to the ski plane dock for pre scheduled chartered flight to lodge Pick up from plane straight to Environment and Natural Resources office to register your wolves and get permit to export. Professional Guide Warm Lodging and Meals Trophy care (Skinned and Salted) Not Included: Commercial flights in and out of Yellowknife Hotels before and after hunt You must bring Collapsible dry bag coolers to take your hide and skull back with you. Don't expect to buy them in Yellowknife. Gratuities (15%) Trophy permit for export and shipment fees Flight to leave camp for other than scheduled flights Due to fluctuating fuel costs, a fuel surcharge maybe applicable Current price listed above, prices are subject to change You must purchase medical evacuation insurance we use Global Rescue we have them on our website. You must purchase cancellation insurance Optional: Rifle rental $250.00 USD Non hunter/observer - $750.00 USD per day

Harbulas Hunt Alaska LLC
Sheep, Brown Bear, Moose, Caribou Hunting in AlaskaFrom $11,500.00 to $18,000.00

Alaska • I offer personalized 1 on 1 and 2 on 1 big game hunting trips lasting 10-12 days. I'm licensed in Unit 9, the Alaska Peninsula, and Unit 16. My fall hunts are limited to 7 per season and start on August 10th and run until October 21st. With Peninsula brown bear hunts occurring in May of even # years, and October of odd # years, I only book 2-4 clients per season and do most of the guiding myself.

Midnight Sun Safaris
Winter trapline huntsStarting from $6,500.00

Alaska • Winter trapline hunts - These hunts are conducted primarily by snowmobile in GMU's 13 and 20. I run three different traplines encompassing over three hundred miles. These hunts take place from Dec. - Mar., If the hunter would like an opportunity to harvest a Lynx or Wolverine they will have to come join me in the dead of the Alaskan winter (Dec.- Feb). I won't promise warm weather but I will guarantee you some of the most scenic snowmobiling on earth and lots of it! Wolf hunting alaska style is always rewarding. We will do some calling for predators as well as setting traps and snares in locales that are likely spots to produce results. Typically we will snowmobile between 50-150 miles a day in search of Wolves, Wolverine, Lynx, Coyote and Fox. If you are looking to only do wolf hunting in Alaska then later in the winter is the prime time. We will stay at several of my cabins for two and three day stints looking for predators to call and/or trap.

Grizzly Creek Lodge
Wilderness Trap-Line AdventuresFrom $3,000.00 to $4,000.00

Yukon • Each year we establish a few bait sites well in advance of your arrival. This really improves your chances of connecting with big fur like wolves, wolverine and lynx. On a typical day we will travel 25 to 30-miles of wilderness trail checking and setting traps. For clients interested, some good ice fishing is also available.

Turner's Alaskan Adventures
Trapline AdventuresFrom $7,500.00 to $9,500.00

Alaska • Join us at our home in the Wilderness of Alaska! We operate two traplines. One is located in the Nowitna River area, where we also offer Fall moose/grizzly hunts. Our traplines are truly remote. In winter, we get to and from our traplines by airplane, and travel along our 250 miles of hand cut trails and along frozen rivers using both dog teams and snowmachines. We trap primarily Wolf, Wolverine, Lynx, Fox, Marten, and Beaver. Depending on your interest, you may wish to come in the early Winter to help us set out our traps, open up 'line cabins, and set up tent camps along our many trails. Learn the processes of skinning, stretching, and drying quality furs, the source of our trapline income. Hop on the runners of one of our homemade dog sleds behind a team of dogs. You may also want to come in the Spring, when we begin to snap our marten and lynx traps for the season, and focus more of our energy on Wolf, Wolverine, and Beaver, whose seasons continue into April.